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it means the good in me greets the good in all of you. who knows where is this is from? india. today we are sharing an form. we are members of the dance company based here in san francisco and we are taught by somebody who has been doing this art form for over 50 years much the ladies including myself we have been studying with him for a long time. you will see different things. lots of sounds with our feet. a little bit of story telling through mime and expression and you will learn about math in dance. who would have thought. today we will start, our next piece means the coloring of the stage. dancers show the hindu aspect of the dance by using the positions of our hands we will show you we are decorating the stage and make a water picture and cleaning the stage with the water. plucking flowers and decorating the stage with the petals of the flowers. we will awaken the 5 senses through the blowing of a conch shell. we will demonstrate the 3 duty, creator, producer and the destroyer in order to make way for new creation. [music] [applause] good morning. afternoon, actually. so, as you
be from india when i talk i sound like i'm from america. my parents are from india but i was born in america and i started this dance when i was 18. i was not a baby e. both charlotte and an drea did as well. charlotte at 15 years and joe airna and i 15 years. that's how we got in this program. we practiced very hard. very, very hard we practiced everyday and we have been been in india practicing 8 times where our teacher is from. yes. >> yes. >> well there are similarities all of southeast asia. we performed in bali with a group. it's a story from the [inaudible] and so the indian epiics actually the indian epiics for very common in cambodia and bali and thailand and there is a different aesthetic. all southeast asia and asia there are a lot of similarities. >> he is a male entity. he is not -- are you referring to the story? >> it's interesting you should say that. a unique indian concept is one of half male, half female. and that is -- unlike some dances the solo dancer portrays all of the parts in the story. you can portray a feminine aspect and then masculine aspect with
, the sisters from india, nigeria and the philippines. they're also older. one-third are well above retirement age. the oldest is 93. >> in the past decade, a dozen nuns have died. like most of the monastic communities, glencairn is smaller than it used to be. >> but six women are in formation, on the path to becoming nuns, far more than might be expected. only nine women entered religious orders in all of ireland in 2006, according to the most recent survey. >> i knew that people wouldn't be rushing in the door, but i am surprised at how occupied i am actually with inquiries from people of all different ages. people from 20 to late 60s, so is, and there are a steady flow of inquiries about this kind of life. >> several times a year the abby hosts monastic experience weekends for women of all ages who want to try it out. and they share the experience in more modern ways, too, on their web page, and even on facebook where they have picked up more than 400 fans. >>> i feel the monastic life has an enduring kind of appeal. i don't see it as part of the traditional catholicism that is in demise, i
's true. some years ago i went to india and interviewed calcutta's political boss, he was a socialist and his party was charged with that part of india for years, despite the poverty and dysfunction he should have seen all around him. he still said the free market and american capitalism are no good. >> better than capitalism? >> he is a political boss of part of india i visited. socialists have been in charge for years, it's not surprising this is the poorest part of the country. >> calcutta is poor because of your stupid policy. >> no. this is the-- not gone down. >> socialism just works better. >> a hundred times. >> that interview obviously was done years ago. he and his party continue to rule and plan for another dozen years. only this may, after indian voters finally got upset watching businesses and jobs flee to other parts of india, did they vote the socialist government out overwhelmingly, good for them, but the socialist rule for decades because central planning makes sense to people. life is complex, we can't pay attention to everything, we have lives, we're busy, our intui
a temple in india. who should benefit from the riches? that is next. >>> we're only ten minutes away now, and this is new york, and this is in manhattan where the first same-sex marriages are to be performed at the clerks offices around the city are set to take place ten minutes from now pap lot of the couples, hundreds of them have been lining up for the last several hours for this day, one they have been waiting on for quite sometime. stay with us. ♪ let me do a few tricks ♪ some old and then some new tricks ♪ ♪ i'm very versatile ♪ so let me entertain you ♪ and we'll have a real good time ♪ [ male announcer ] with beats audio and flash, you can experience richer music and download movies straight to the new hp touchpad with webos. to your kids' wet skin. new neutrogena® wet skin kids. ordinary sunblock drips and whitens. neutrogena® wet skin cuts through water. forms a broad spectrum barrier for full strength sun protection. wet skin. neutrogena®. it all happened so fast. it was clearly too late for me to do anything as my mercedes collision system automatically kicke
, it is also right inthe heart of the high growth economies such as india, china and the regional grouping of asean... estimated by press metal to consume more than two-thirds of world production. >>the building of bakun dam, and other hydro-schemes in the so-called sarawak corridor of renewable energy (or score) has not been without controversy. 10,000 people were relocated when their traditional tribal land was flooded in the construction of bakun dam. conservationists have waged an intense campaign against the development; but community leaders also see advantages: >>uma belor: the school for instance is nearer which is wonderful for the children. and it's easieralso for us to communicate with the government as well. and we have clinics where we can go and other offices nearby. >>reporter: the international hydropower association is working with environmental champions such asthe world wildlife fund and has developed the hydropower sustainability assessment protocol to limit the social and environmental impacts. >>from canada, to china and the wilds of borneo... hydro power is attractin
educated employees, their competitors in china and in india and in singapore and other countries can. and believe me, they are producing more college graduates. this is a bleak future. but it does not have to be hopeless. there is a tendency even within our computer to throw up our hands at the college to regard large number of low-income children of color as beyond hope. i'm here to say not only that there is hope, but there are solutions. take the challenge of helping low-income children of color go to college and stay through graduation. for more than a decade now, uncf and the bill and melinda gates foundation have partnered on the gates millennium scholars. this program awards to 1,000 low-income students of color, african-american,, hispanics, ad after more than a decade of growning 14,000 of these. gates scholar has a five year graduation rate of 88%. double the number of nonstudents of color. and a six year graduation rate of over 90%. much higher than the overall national graduation rate and comparable to the graduation rate from the students of highest income families. what
of venezuela. raul castro is now president and trying to seek out investment from china, india and brazil. but structurally not much has changed in cuba since 1991. the island nation is still run on socialist principles that have produced shortages, black markets and mass poverty. imagine what happens to cuba without venezuela's support and imagine what happens in venezuela if its people begin asking questions about why they suffer one of the world's highest rates of inflation, a contracting economy, one of the worst crime rates despite having more oil than any other nation in the world. one day these two countries will look around, see that latin america is leaving them behind and face the future: remember these scenes of the two amigos. they might turn out to represent the last hurrah of a dieing world. and we'll be right back. >>> i've known to a greater or lesser degree i think seven presidents. and i don't think i could sleep at night if i knew what they know and had all of that on my shoulders. it's different. we have access to great specialists, and our pediatrician gets all the in
this practice started back in india, as a form of medicine, when the guru who ran the college of medicine sent bikram out to make house calls to the ill. >> just an efficient way of working one on one with different patients we developed a 26 posture sequence. >> specifically chosen to heal the most common ailments we suffer from in the western world. >> back pain, hyper tension, prediabetic, you know any of these things, it will change your body from the inside out. >> mar knee credits the many poses that create the tourniquet effect restricting some blood flow and releasing it believed to flush out the arteries, so does bikram really work? is it really the the fountain of youth to cure what ails you? researchers are trying to flush out the story with an 8 week study looking at bikram and the effects on total body health. >> texas studio owners are thrilled. >> we want to see numbers, percentages, documented changes. >> about time we can get some results, through scientific methods our hope one day is to spread the word on this so it gets into the health care system. >> many study participant
is still enormously, enormously important. we live in a time where china and brazil and india and so on, the galloping economies are going to be the biggest markets in the world. but i always liked to start off by telling the audiences that today, today the 800 million people of the united states and the european union produced almost two-thirds of the world's economic output. $14 trillion in sales are generated by these two economies they employ 4 million people, just as many americans work for european firms as europeans do for american firms. european investment contributes 10% of new york's gdp. one new yorker out of 20 has a job or her job because of the investment from the european union. so that, to me, is the ultimate prize, the ultimate prize also because these two regions are two of the very few in the world there really understand what the position of an individual is in society and in government. freedom, all of those other things that we take for granted are ingrained in the dna on both sides. and so i would submit to you been keeping their relationship strong is extremely
. keeping counterfeits off the shelves. in places like the u.s... tanzania... and india. smarter medicine is safer medicine. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy developement comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing decades of cleaner burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self contained well systems and using state of the art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our operations are safe and clean for our communities and the environment we are america's natural gas. >>> last week we told you how somalia is suffering an epic drought. millions of lives hang i the balance in what the united nations is calling the greatest humanitarian crisis on the planet right now. well, now there is new information as well about how terrorists are finding opportunity in this tragedy. abc was the first american network on the ground covering the story and lama hasan joins us fro
.s... tanzania... and india. smarter medicine is safer medicine. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. so in the age old conflict between hot and cold, it seems four people out of ten are already wishing it was winter again. careful what you wish for, warns our steve hartman. >> reporter: this year july was a three-letter word. >> h-o-t. >> hot. >> reporter: and people are not happy. >> it is super hot. >> reporter: of course folks always whine about the weather but i've noticed the past couple of years the complaints have seemed special heated and overstated. >> i feel like i'm melting. >> i felt like i was going to die. >> reporter: you'd think there was lava in the streets. >> i'm so hot. i wish it was winter. >> reporter: oh, do you now? >> way too hot out here. >> reporter: how easily we forget. just how much worse it could be. i went back in time today to remind us not only of what the weather could be like but what it will be like all too soon. welcome back. to the dead of winter. >> what do you have to say to the people of the summer? >> appreciate eve
have a unique point of view that no one in this country has. even in hollywood india being the new black, i'm sorry, we have a unique perspective that no one else has because of our history. and we can write from that perspective. jewish people l have always had the outsider perspective, they have a unique perspective in their humor that they bring everywhere that's unique to their culture. but that's what we have here in america. no one else has our experience. so we can talk about it. we know the white culture better than they know the black culture. i mean, that's another story. there you go, i'm done. nig at night. >> that's a black thought. [laughter] >> jan? >> no, i mean, i would absolutely echo that, and i think, you know, just like it's very interesting how, you know, i look at a show like a "sex in the city," you know, every sister i know we would look at that show, and we would see ourselves in that show, and i know white women who can look at girlfriends and see themselves in that show. like larry was saying, we have these very common experiences, we have a unique persp
are manufactured in china and india and shipped here in the -- to the u.s. >> manufacturers write "not for human consumption" on the package, and sell it under "bath salts" and that covers them legally, but those -- >> it is like an arcade came, where consumer one drug pops up and then three more pop up, and you try to hit those. >> state senator richard coburn said while bath salts are legal in maryland right now, they may not be for long. >> i have talked to the legislature and requested bath salts be banned. >> he plans to introduce that bill october 17. the maryland department of mental health is pushing to add mdpv to the list of schedule one controlled spanses. >> which means it would be illegal to possess and sell in washington. >> even if they are illegal, that doesn't mean they will go away. >> drug laws are written to ban specific drugs based on their chemical structure. so what happens is the chemists will go in and tweak the chemical structure so it doesn't fit the definition, but it is legal. >> it is crazy they are allowing this. i feel i am fortunate to be standing here today. i r
india might loose a lot of its educated population to, say, europe or america to pursue higher educati education. we'll finish off those 12 indicators pick any one and talk to us about why it leads to a failed state. guest: i think one of the most important ones we are seeing is the legitimacy of their state. what we are seeing is that their grorment, their state is the issue. issues such as corruption can hit severely against the indicator. with those in mind, we'll look at the top ten failed states of 2010. somalia, chad, sudan, congo, haiti. zimbabwe, afghanistan, central african republic and iraq. guest: 2z no accident some of those countries have ended up at the worst end of the index. if you look at somalia, it is a country experiencing next, what does that mean for the wider world. we see there is enormous refugee flows. we've seen in the last couple of decades where there have been significant concerns here in washington about the ability of terrorists to operate due to the lack of governing. that is really why we should care that these states are there and should really take n
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